Gabay sa pag-register ng iyong Business sa Pilipinas (Ikalawang Bahagi)

Almario Jr Mendoza
is a Financial expert in the Philippines

Entrepreneurs will often have amazing business ideas, but they put them on hold due to a lack of capital. They assume that their idea will never get far off the ground unless they have major funding behind them. If you’re thinking of starting a business, you first need to come up with a realistic idea you can turn into a product or service.



Sole Proprietorship – PBR

Ang Philippine Business Registry (PBR) gaya ng aking sinabi sa unang bahagi nito ay naglalayong mapabilis ang pagrerehistro ng negosyo sa pamamagitan ng pag-connect ng mga ahensyang kinakailang rito. Layunin nitong maibigay sa applicant ang kinakailangang mga datos gaya ng mga sumusunod sa ibaba sa loob lamang ng 30 minutes. Ito ay isang teller-assisted service at kinakailangan mo lamang pumunta sa nararapat na ahensya gaya ng DTI at SEC upang magamit ito.


Agency


Information/Data


DTI*


Business Name Certificate Number


BIR*


Taxpayer Identification Number


SSS


Employer's Registration Number


PhilHealth


Employer's Registration Number


Pag-IBIG


Employer's ID Number


*Ang mga ito ay hindi applicable para sa Partnerships at Corporation. Ang TIN number at ang Business Name ay makukuha sa SEC kapag nag-register na sa ahensyang ito.


Ang mga sumusunod na hakbang ang iyong gagawin kung ang iyong gamit ay ang ang Philippine Business Registry (PBR) System:


1. Pumunta sa DTI Office at sagutin ang PBR application form. Pagkatapos nito ay maaari mo na itong ibigay sa DTI Teller para sa encoding nito.


2. Kinakailangan ang Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) upang ma-proseso ang application dahil dito nakadepende ang PBR number. Kung meron ng TIN ang aplikante ay i-vavalidate ng teller ito sa kanilang records. Kung wala naman, ang PBR ay mag-gegenerate ng TIN number para sa negosyo.


3. Maaari mo nang bayaran ang registration sa Cashier at ibigay lamang ang kopya nito sa teller.


4. Ang application ay i-susubmit na ng teller sa SSS, Philhealth, at Pag-ibig at i-priprint nya at ang iyong ibibigay ang Business Name Certificate, kopya ng BN Application Form, at ang official receipt.


5. Ibibigay ng teller ang filled out application form na naglalaman ng Employer’s registration number (ERN) mula sa SSS, Philhealth, at Pag-ibig sa aplikante. Ang kopya nito ay matatanggap din ng aplikante sa kanyang email account.


6. Maaari ka ng pumunta sa mga ahensyang nabanggit upang kunin ang iyong mga certificates o employer’s ID. Kinakailangan mo lamang ibigay ang mga ERN’s.


Partnerships

Ang mga sumusunod ay ang mga hakbang na iyong gagawin:


1. Pumunta lamang sa Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) para sagutin ang mga forms at requirements nito. Isa dito ay ang pagkuha ng business name na dapat ay walang kaparehas sa kanilang database.


2. Pagkatapos nito ay maaari ka ng tumungo sa City Hall upang kumuha ng Mayor’s Permit. Ang proseso dito ay kahalintulad din ng nabanggit sa unang bahagi ng article na ito.


Corporations

Ang nasa ibaba ay ang mga hakbang sa pagkuha ng registration para sa corporation:


1. Bumili lamang ng Incorporation papers mula sa SEC na kalimitan ay nagkakahalaga ng 600 pesos.


2. Kinakailangan mong sagutin ang forms na kinakailangang type-written o computerized. Ito ay dahil ang sulat kamay ay hindi tinatanggap


3. Ang corporation ay nangagailangan ng hindi bababa sa 5 incorporators. Ang bilang din ng mga Pilipino na kinakailangan ay nakadepende sa klase ng business na iyong susuungin. Ito ay nakapaloob sa ating saligang batas.


4. Bank Account at Bank Certification ng Deposit – Kinakailangan mong mag-open nito ay makakuha ng kopya ng mga ito.


5. Kinakailangan mo ring kumuha ng apat ng kopya ng mga forms at ito’y iyong dapat ipa-notarize. Pagkatapos nito’y kinakailangan mo ring kumuha ng mga documentary stamps para sa notarized na forms.


6. Ang mga forms ay kinakailangan mo nang ibigay sa SEC at bayaran. Kalimitang nagkakahalaga ang isang Domestic Stock Corporation ng 2,750 pesos at ang isang Foreign Export Corporation ay na sa humigit kumulang 5,100 pesos.


7. Kinakailangan mong bumili ng Stock and transfer book mula sa SEC na kadalasang nagkakahalaga ng 350 hanggang 500 pesos.


8. Kinakailangan mong bumalik sa SEC upang kunin ang iyong Registration Certificate. Kung tapos ka na rito ay maaari ka ng mag-apply para sa Mayor’s Permit.


Partnership/ Corporations – PBR

1. Pumunta lamang sa Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) at hanapin ang mga PBR Kiosks.


2. Lagdaan ang PBR application forms at ibigay sa teller. Kinakailangan mo ring ibigay ang kopya ng iyong mga SEC registration documents na kinabibilangan ng Articles of Partnership/ Corporation at ang original nito para sa verification.


3. Ang application ay i-susubmit na ng teller sa SSS, Philhealth, at Pag-ibig at i-priprint nya at ang iyong ibibigay ang Business Name Certificate, kopya ng BN Application Form, at ang official receipt.


4. Ibibigay ng teller ang filled out application form na naglalaman ng Employer’s registration number (ERN) mula sa SSS, Philhealth, at Pag-ibig sa aplikante. Ang kopya nito ay matatanggap din ng aplikante sa kanyang email account.


5. Maaari ka ng pumunta sa mga ahensyang nabanggit upang kunin ang iyong mga certificates o employer’s ID. Kinakailangan mo lamang ibigay ang mga ERN’s.


Ngayong alam mo ang proseso sa registration, mag-register na para masimulan mo na ang iyong pinapangarap na negosyo!


Make sure that you build your business around your skills and knowledge. Your friends and family members can help you spread the word, and past business contacts can introduce your brand to their professional contacts as well. When you start a business, there’ll usually be a period when you’re investing lots of time, effort and money before you start making a profit. Before you do this, it’s important to research your market to make sure your customers will really pay for your product or service.


You may have the best business plan in the world, but without customers, your business is nothing. Create a thoughtful customer-acquisition plan and marketing strategy and be prepared to explain it to investors, partners and stakeholders, as this will undoubtedly be the first questions they ask.


Don't be afraid to fail. When you have an idea, figure out the pieces you need quickly, go to market, believe in it, and continue to iterate. If you need more investment, you might be able to raise money to fund your growth plan by selling shares in your business. You can do this by getting friends and family to invest.


Have some written recollection that you are partners, who's responsible for what, and how much money each of you put in.


Ask yourself what people are required to make it work for this idea, for this business?" Eighty percent of start-ups fail because the founders get bored, discouraged, or something else, and they move on to other things, not because of some catastrophe.


Spend a lot of time boiling down what their business is, what it does, and what it represents. If you nail down a 2-5 minute summary that will pay a lot of dividends throughout the life of your business. Do what you know… and love! It will resonate with your customers, employees, and potential investors. And make all the hard work worthwhile. Test it with them and get feedback. Find out what they’d be willing to pay for it. Try out different prices with different customers in a consistent, realistic way to see what people will really pay. Can you make enough money for a return on your investment?

About the author

Almario Jr Mendoza

Currently working in one of the biggest Investment Banks in the world. Has extensive experience in accounting, finance, and investments ranging from Bonds, Money Market, and the Stock Market. A member of Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants. A graduate of Ateneo Graduate School of Business and University of Santo Tomas.
Profession: Certified Public Accountant & Certified Securities Specialist (Philippine Stock Exchange)
Philippines , Metro Manila , Taguig City
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Daniel Leonen
is in the Philippines
sir,

gumagawa din po ba kayo ng business plan? requirements ko po kasi sa OWWA
Almario Jr Mendoza
is a Financial expert in the Philippines
Hi Daniel,

Yes, gumagawa ako ng business plan. Ano ba ang katanungan mo hinggil rito?

Jay
Jun Rapsing
is in the Philippines
sir pwde po ba iutang sa banko ang trucking business? meron na po ak ako ng isa.6wheler close van.

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